Check-in at any upscale hotel around the world and you'll find that the concierge and staff don't limit themselves to just making restaurant suggestions or providing turndown service. These days, there are a bevy of services that hotels provide to keep their guests happy, from bike and skateboard rentals to lounges tailored specifically toward teen guests. One hotel is even getting into the romance business.
The Four Seasons in Boston is celebrating National Love Note Day on September 26 by featuring a "Room for Romance" package that includes standard offerings such as champagne and room service for two, and also places love notes on your bed filled with poetry and other romantic musings. It's a great option for those that have the cash to spend, but are nervous they might not have the literary chops to impress their date with a soliloquy from the heart.
While some people may cringe at the idea of a generic love note placed by a completely strange third-party, this little marketing scheme by the Four Seasons is really just a great way to entice customers into a romantic weekend. Also, if you feel you are, in fact, enough of a wordsmith to pen some choice verses about your sweetheart, they will take your missives off your hands and simply do the rest, from card-making to strategic placement inside a room.
Now, if you manage to impress your date at the Boston Four Seasons, might as well got all in and take advantage of their proposal planning assistance.